EMON disabled so why does it say enabled?!

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by hutchingsp, Aug 3, 2007.

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  1. hutchingsp

    hutchingsp Registered Member

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    Testing out NOD32 Enterprise.

    On clients, in the profile I have set EMON to "no" as we have A/V on our Exchange server.

    In the NOD32 Client Control Center it has a red icon, which suggests it is inactive, yet in the right-hand window it says EMON is enabled (though message scanned counts stay on 0).

    Bug or am I missing something?
     
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    YeOldeStonecat Registered Member

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    It will go to "gray" when "unloaded".

    Honestly though...just leave it. Disabling EMON or DMON does nothing for making it lighter in resources, or conflicts. Individual modules don't add anything appreciable.
     
  3. hutchingsp

    hutchingsp Registered Member

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    Thanks.

    Have to admit I'm quite shocked how small/light it appears to be, even more shocked when I noticed it was doing the default and scanning all filetypes and folders including network drives.

    It just seemed redundant having emon running as we already have A/V on the Exchange server and the smtp gateway.
     
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